What type of flooring do you recommend for a large screened-in porch on a cabin in the woods?
We don't have the foundation to pour cement or use tile.
I would recommend using a tongue-and-groove pine.
- You can get it "Penta-treated" to guard against insects. This is not the same as pressure-treated, so it is good for covered porches but not for an uncovered exterior porch.
- The wood can be left natural, coated with a clear finish, stained or painted.
Perfect for a rustic home in the woods. Very affordable and easy to install.
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